Photo by Jasmine Carter on Pexels.com I felt such a depth of love yesterday which I wanted to share. Last evening included a wonderful Valentine’s Day benefit concert by local folk singer, Bill Cohen. Included with his breadth of talent and wonderful sense of humor, was a broad spectrum look at the many aspects of … Continue reading Like is “Because”, Love is “Although”
We attended a funeral yesterday in which a lovely eulogy by one of my friend’s daughters, made a very gentle but deep statement. She said she could be angry with many different people for her mother’s death. Then she said she’d decided not to do that because: IT WASN’T THE PLACE WHERE LOVE RESIDED. It … Continue reading The Struggle with Emotions
Love is such a spiritual topic. It most certainly applies to Valentine’s Day. How about if we narrow the topic in honor of this day to romantic love to begin? I was thinking about how I’d describe it to a young person these days. Last night, I had the monthly opportunity to participate in Open … Continue reading What is Love?
We have had significant changes in our nation this last few weeks. It depends upon your perspective if these are welcomed or not. Even though many of us feel great relief at some of these shifts, there is an evident gap that needs bridged. What are ways we can help bridge those gaps? Breath in … Continue reading Be the Bridge
I had the pleasure of attending a family wedding on Valentine’s Day. To me, it’s appropriate that we have ceremonies and holidays that celebrate love. Are you like me in believing that one of the main reasons we live in the physical is to learn how to love? Can you imagine how many lifetimes that … Continue reading The Spirit of Love